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Anastomosis creates interconnected water flow based downcutting, ranging from small pits to large river channels. It can be used for roughening up a surface without losing the features of that terrain, and for deepening existing flow structures.
Before and after Anastomosis.
Using high Impact and Influence values in Destructive mode.
Using a high Impact value in Rivers mode.
|Impact||The intensity of the process. Higher values create stronger physical impacts within the erosion process.|
|Impact Area||The relative width of the areas impacted by the erosion.|
|Influence||The influence or depth of the downcutting caused by the erosion.|
|Downcutting||The style of the downcutting in the erosion process.|
|Destructive Tiny, small scale roughening of the entire surface with higher impact on steep slopes.|
|Pits Larger pit like impacts that overlap often, biased slightly towards existing flow structures.|
|Flows Deepen existing flow structures and create new minor ones.|
|Rivers Deepen existing flow structure in major river flow zones only.|